Usually when you turn 23, 24 or 25, depending on what the contract says.
If you are on your parent's insurance and are going to college full time then you will be covered until you graduate. Once you graduate check with a local insurance agent to see about obtaining insurance for yourself the day after you graduate.
You generally have a small grace period (30 days is typical) after you graduate from college assuming you did not already reach some other qualifying event like age as referenced above or failure to maintain full-time status. Also, if your parents insurance is individual coverage and not group coverage, you may have that same 30 days to convert to your own individual coverage on the same plan without any medical underwriting at all. Basically you just tell them to move you to your own plan. Insurance companies don't like to tell you this because they want the opportunity to decide if they want to cover you or not. Check your parent's plan carefully for this guaranteed coverage option.
As soon as the insurance company gets wind that you are married they will drop you from their coverage. If you are caught using their insurance they will probably try to charge you with fraud or cancel your parents insurance.
Generally, you need to be enrolled in at least one, three credit hour course. But it can vary depending on you parents health insurance provider. Additionally, you will be removed from your parents insurance at the age of 25 whether you are enrolled in college classes or not.
The recently passed Affordable Care Act allows young adults up to age 26 to remain on the parents' health insurance. Major insurers such as Blue Cross offer a comprehensive range of health insurance choices for young people.
It would be presumed that you have your parents' permission to attend college, which would be considered acceptable.
Check and see what the definition of full time student is - it may be say 8 units. You might also check with the Insurance Company - they may be liberal about a semester off here and there.
Every college student should have insurance. Companies are required to allow college students to remain on their parents plan until they are 26. Colleges usually offer other plans as well.
Yes and No bc some parents are strict and want do anything with them if they don't graduate and the ones that are soft and understand they don't want to graduate and go to the next level
if you got your diploma and theyll take you and if under 18 with parents permission
I know for me, i have to be a full-time college student [at least 14 units] to be on their insurance.
If you mean "Johnny Depp", he actually never graduated. He dropped out of school in 1979, 1 year after his parents got divorced.
No, you must be full-time and under 25.
State Farm offers young driver and student car insurance providing low rates and discounts. In several states college students are actually still covered by their parents insurance polices but if a student isn't covered by their parents or wishes to get their own they can get a quote and apply online at State Farm.
The the child has the car, than the child should be on the parents, or whoever owned the car, insurance. This is required in all states.
His dad was a college football assistant coach, but then he started his own insurance company.
There are quite a few benefits of having life insurance on a child. Beyond the obvious (life insurance benefit) there are other reasons why parents get life insurance policies for their children: cash accumulation for college funds for example.
If they are elderly parents, Yes. But if you are under 40 you cannot put life insurance on your parents.
You may take out an insurance policy on your parents if you have power of attorney over them.
Some medical insurance plans will cover an adult child up to about age 24 under certain circumstances. Some plans will cover them if they are in college, living at home or are permanent dependents of the parents.
Ask your insurance company. It is likely that you parents will need to be the owners.
Yes, if there is not a court order mandating that the coverage be provided.
some kind of insurance....It's stupid.
You either go to university and study the subject(s) that you need to get the job that you want. Or you go on your own, meaning that you have your own life, out of your parents house.
I believe the Parents insurance go up!
You have to check with the specific insurance company about the terms of your parents' plan.